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Arrow announces new releases for May

Key highlights this MAY on the essential, alternative streaming service ARROW include more Puppet Master films than you could shake a stick at, a bonanza of blood, gore, sex and non-stop action from exploitation legends Enzo G. Castellari, Norman J Warren and José Larraz, another volume of utterly deranged cinematic excess from Vinegar Syndrome, and much much more…

In May, the unstoppable behemoth that is the Puppet Master franchise hits ARROW. The flagship series of B-movie mogul Charles Band’s horror, sci-fi and fantasy studio, Full Moon Pictures, the first Puppet Master film became a video rental store legend in 1989 and multiple sequels have regularly followed with the series still ongoing and popular to this very day. Settle in for our enormous collection of murderous marionette movies featuring a brilliant cast of killer puppets offing their victims in fun and imaginative ways. With new toys and expansions and explanations of the lore constantly keeping the series fresh and exciting, the Puppet Master Collection will keep you laughing and gasping for literally days – and you can see it all on ARROW!

Also in May, ARROW presents the fourth, and arguably craziest yet collection of the from the esteemed protectors and restorers of the underground gems VINEGAR SYNDROME COLLECTION: VOL. IV. The films for your delectation include the gleefully pervy prisonsploitation Fugitive Girls, deliciously debauched nightmare Sweet Trash, and the extraordinarily weird and unforgettable Runaway Nightmare, which features worm farmers (it’s a thing) being kidnapped by a gang of female gun-runners and used as sex slaves.

Seasons in May include films from legendary 70s English sexploitation and exploitation film director Norman J. Warren, packed with saucy sex and grimace-inducing gore, including the Satan’s Slave and Bloody New Year; a selection of works by cult Spanish genre filmmaker José Ramón Larraz, dripping with sex and blood; pulpy futuristic gang warfare trilogy The Bronx Warriors Trilogy from famed Italian genre director Enzo G. Castellari, as a well as a clutch of thrillers from this prolific and versatile filmmaker including The Big Racket, The Heroin Busters and Cold Eyes of Fear.

ALSO SHOWING: Tinto Brass’s Salon Kitty, completely uncensored and in HD; Bela Lugosi in The Devil Bat; cult chills in The Psychic Killer; the Golden Age slasher Girls Nite Out, and more.

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